From abortion to climate change, these running mates are going to have a lot to answer for. - From Mother Jones
In March 2015, Pence signed a bill permitting Indiana business owners to refuse service to gay and lesbian customers due to their religious beliefs.
Pence is likely to return to these trade issues, asking Kaine to clarify Clinton's positions—and potentially putting him in a tough spot when it comes to justifying her onetime support for a trade deal that's widely seen as having hurt jobs in manufacturing communities.
Pence seemed to imply something similar, saying, "What Donald Trump said was a hoax is that bureaucrats in Washington, DC, can control the climate of the earth, and the reality is that this climate change agenda that Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton want to continue to expand is killing jobs in this country." Kaine, on the other hand, has a relatively strong record of pushing for legislation to address climate change, as both a senator and Virginia's governor.
Iraq: One of the most heated moments of last week's presidential debate was when Trump repeatedly denied his record on the Iraq War.
Pence and Kaine may both have to answer for their running mates' records on Iraq, and Pence could also be asked to clarify Trump's consistent misrepresentation of his own Iraq War support.